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Oct 20, 2012 1:30am PDT
views to essentially bring maps to life, but doug pickard used it as a lens to view people in communities who often go unnoticed with compelling and sometimes controversial foet graphic audiences. >> i'm moving the curse or and composing these scenes. >> ironically, rickard said it was the cursor that produced a rick ety feel. some of the lines sort of skew out because of the fixed angle lens and they're stitching the actual dynamics of the camera within google emphasized the way i wanted to speak in these images. >> images that have made their way into the permanent collection of the san diego museum of modern art. >> i was really blown away by the work when i saw it right away. >> she is a curator of photography. >> he's not the only one that used google street view, but i think he comes at it from this very sophisticated and very educated point of view. it resonates much more deeply than some of the other work that i've seen. >> you have this distinct feeling, more of a claustrophobia or a feeling of decay, and it is really happening. >> rickard's work is new, otoole said,
Oct 20, 2012 1:00pm PDT
i'm not even a photograph. >> of course it's photography. i think what doug is doing is looking through google as sort of his .lens. the internet is helping redefine what it means to be a photographer. >> see this? andthen you come righta into here. and there's damage. >> in fact, rickard says, in an ocean of digital imagery, creating something special is becoming more and more difficult, no matter how easy the tools are. >> i think it really boilsindow to what youwn bring to it, you know, that's between your yoes, you know, ultimately. art is about ideas. it's about how you're wiredw ho you're driven, obsessions and what you have to say. and i think that we're in an era of editors in a way. >> what started as an idea in rickard's head in his home studio has spreadton a ongoing international conversation. hisis collection, called "a new american piure"hashamoved ew ewond vee bay areand to theo yo rk museum of modern art, the george pompadou center in paris, and as far away as korea and japan. >> things have changed rapidly. photography is being affected. >> rickard is happy to a
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